Commercial Alarm System Maintenance
Multi Alarm GB currently maintain more than 3,000 Fire Detection & Alarm systems. This service includes Routine Maintenance, Emergency 24 Hour Maintenance and Remote Station Monitoring.
The most common cause of death from a fire is asphyxiation due to smoke and fumes. Over a third of smoke detectors do not work when there is a fire. This is mainly due to poor or non-existent maintenance of fire alarm systems.
You owe it to your staff and customers or tenants to ensure that your premises are adequately protected by a well-maintained fire alarm system.
British Standard BS5839 states that fire alarm systems must be inspected and tested every three months. This applies to newly installed Fire Alarm Systems as well as to older systems.
Sub-standard or no maintenance can invalidate your fire certificate and diminish your insurance cover.
It is therefore vital that a professional specialist company properly maintains your fire alarm system.
Multi Alarm GB is a member of the FIA (Fire Industry Association), and is committed to reducing the number of false alarm activations. A common cause of false alarms is dirty smoke detectors. A properly maintained Fire Alarm System can go a long way to preventing false alarms.
We have a vast experience of many different types of fire alarm systems and are able to maintain equipment from virtually any manufacturer.
Multi Alarm GB has been maintaining fire-alarm systems since 1971, during which time we have gathered a wealth of experience and knowledge.
A maintenance agreement with Multi Alarm GB provides you with:
* 3 quarterly services and an annual full service in accordance with BS5839
* the facility to call-out an engineer 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
* an optional automatic fire brigade signal via our alarm receiving centre
All Multi Alarm GB service engineers are fully trained and experienced on a wide range of Fire Alarm Systems. They are all issued with a vehicle, mobile telephone, specialist test equipment and a supply of alarm system spares.